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WETA
Nov 24, 2009 7:00pm EST
quote . on the newshour this esday the lead ory: the coming cision on u.s. troops in afghanistan. magaret warner has our coverag then afterhe other news of the day, judy wodruff sets the contextor the president's announcement. lowell bergman of froline repos on how the military is tackling consumer debt >> i had sailors stands gat guard becae they were uble to deoy on the submarine because they had financial issueshat needed to be resolved. >> lehrer: ray suarez oks at the larst ever recall of children's cribs. and jeffrey brown profiles choreographer w connects art anlife. >>n stage. a room full of new yorkers, a thousand-us singing (snging). major funding fo the newshour with jim lehrer is pvided by: >> what the wor needs now is energy. thenergy to get the economy humming again the energy totackle challens like climate cnge. wht is tt energy came from an energy company? everyday, chevron invests $62 million in people, in ids-- eeking, teaching, builng. fueling owth around the world to move us all ahd. this the power of human energy. chevro
WETA
Nov 25, 2009 7:00pm EST
quote of the day,argaret warner explores theilitary options for the u.s. in afghanistan paul solman repts on the gold ush of 2009, as the value of the dollar plummets >> if you'rworried about inflation, if you'reorried abt the u. government not being able to pay its debt, if you're worried about worrying >lehrer: and jeffrey brown gets the last on toyota's recall ofore than four million cars and trucks. major funding r the newshour wi jim lehrer is ovided by: >> what the world needs now energy. the energy to get the econo hummg again. e energy to tackle challenges like clima change. what if that energcame from an ener company? eryday, chevron invests $62 million in people,n ideas-- seeking, teaching, blding. fueling growth arod the world to move us all ahea this is the power human ergy. chevron.
CNN
Nov 29, 2009 2:00pm EST
revolution. go to cnn.com/gps to find out how to follow us on facebook and twitter. and don't forget, next on cnn, "amanpour," coming right up. thanks to all of you for being part of my program this week. see you next week. >>> on the eve of a critical decision for president obama, we have a dramatic debate over one of the u.s. military's most valuable but most controversial weapons. >>> i'm christiane amanpour and welcome to our program. high stakes for president barack obama this week with a decision on troop strength that could determine the fate of the war in afghanistan. but we focus on one of the defining but little debated tactics. the controversial use of unmanned remote control weapons, drones target insurgents in afghanistan and pakistan without risking u.s. lives. but they have killed hundreds of civilians on the ground. we talk with a former top cia official, a former pakistani general, and one of the foremost experts on the drone program. we also take a new look at an old war, the cold war between the united states and cuba. a key congressional committee is disc
FOX
Nov 16, 2009 5:00am EST
will cost u-s taxpayers - looks like efforts to bring the health care bill to a vote in the senate... will be stalled when more home loans going into default the faa will need billions more in cash to pay for the claim join us now with illinois mortgage professionals. even though government officials have said they won't need f eight to be billed out looking like the tax payer will eventually build out the fha would you think? alaska foreclosure stop the only other option is to have a tax bill out were increased the mortgage premium on each loan as loans are made. right now on the mortgage can enjoy a premium is 1.75% of the total loan so what could potentially be increased to? three percent could be a reality into% and alone amounted talking going from $100,000 loan core from 1750 to $3,000 as a cause to look consumer the talk in 1312 under for the dollar cost. pretty significant amount. is that potentially shut out more potential home buyers from getting fha loans? it could increase the amount of the down payment people are going to have to do so yes there's always any time you h
CBS
Nov 1, 2009 11:00am EST
in the u.s. and we're continuing to invest this year, to expand and enhance our wireless and wired networks. we support a national plan that ensures high speed internet access and enables adoption by all americans, over the next five years. adoption by all americans, over the next five years. the future is our business. at&t. your world delivered. >>> now this week in defense news with vago muradian. >> good morning and welcome to this week in defense news. i'm vago muradian. we have a round table to cover the latest news with top defense reporters and analysts. what is next in afghanistan? what is the 2010 authorization act the president signed this week. strategic implications of the quad dren yell review. i'm joined by rick mays. lauren thompson. john barry. greg jaffe. he co-authored "the fourth star." let's start with afghanistan. october has been the deadliest month on record so far. the taliban is getting increasingly sophisticated, not just car bombs but sophisticated operations against u.s. outposts and other outposts. what does this tell us and is the taliban winning, john? >> yes
HLN
Nov 15, 2009 10:00pm EST
abuse from my recent trip. -- i have given him might be used for my recent trip. this is what was clear. it would be very hard to get many democratic votes to support a big increase of troops into afghanistan. of all the things i have done this year with -- as speaker with a democratic president, the recovery package, and heavy lift, the budget, and heavy lift, energy, health care -- so what did you do this weekend? the hardest of them all was passing the supplemental funding for afghanistan and iraq. the hardest sell i had with the members. i just want the president to be aware that when press -- when people see what we are going to be doing next -- let's put this in perspective. from 2001 until he became president, there was no plan in afghanistan. we went in, we routed the taliban, but we did not feed them. they headed to the hills and then they came back. this is a long time. our plan in afghanistan was to go to iraq, which i consider a big mistake. in the spring, it was a brand new president, just a couple of months, and i said to my colleagues, we have to give the president a chan
FOX
Nov 13, 2009 5:00am EST
cars and the emotions they support within the us as well as a glimpse back in time and innovation of the future. the u.s. auto industry have changed a lot the u.s. economy has changed as well. where going to introduced into a car collecting a lot of money involved and talk about some cars from television and movies. no other industry quite like the auto industry is a reflection of its times. from popular culture to design, fuel efficiency and employment, the car business has been both a leader and casualty of the changing economy. there was a time when if you bought a car in the u-s, there was better than a 90 percent that it would have been made by one of the big detroit three, chrysler, ford or general motors. but today fewer than half the cars sold in the u-s come from one of those three makers. before the bankruptcies, the influence of the big three extended throughout the u-s economy. after world war two, as the economy boomed and middle class wages increased, the auto industry was at the pinnacle of its power. it was the automotive industry that set the standards for wages
FOX
Nov 17, 2009 5:00am EST
overdraft fees.. and cracking down on abusive practices.. us postal service loses almost 4 billion dollars in 2009 - despite cutting 40-thousand jobs. a even though jobs are hard to come by these days... railers are still hiring for the holidays - we get the story from angie miles.. good morning everybody... hodaysight now. and whether you are looking for part timwork for extra christmas cash-- or, you've been out of work for a while and want to take advantage of stores adding on seasonal staff, we have tiderhe insview of what you can expect. broll john challenger sot john challenger/challenger, gray & christmas, inc. broll help wanted sign sot henry mata/target broll target workers, shoppers, people applying for jobs. with 15 million people out of work, unemployment remains "high" while employment opportunities remain "rare". major retail chains such as target and macy's are seeing a steady stream of job seekers. and competition for hourly jobs is fierce. "even some professionals are coming here looking for work, it's tough, it's tough, we have people from the banking industry too a lo
WHUT
Nov 20, 2009 6:00pm EST
to talk about words, the impact of words in politics, the impact of words generally, how we use them, and what a wonderful euphemism is we have. in particular, we are going to talk about the euphemisms we have for drinking, because my friend paul dickson has written a book called simply, "drug," and it has words -- "drunk," and it has words that describe that state. when we have something that has been fermented or brood. we will be back talking about politics after these titles. >> "white house chronicle" is produced in collaboration with whut howard university television. now, your host, nationally syndicated columnist llewellyn king. and co-host linda gasparello. >> hello again. thank you so much for coming along. i am joined by linda gasparello, the co-host of this program, and by the great and remarkable paul dickson, a real man of letters, a phrase that we do not hear much anymore but we think is a high accolade. >> thank you, sir. >> you have written 53 books? how do you write 53 books? >> it is all i do. if i was a barber and i said i cut 2 million heads of hair, you would sa
FOX
Nov 22, 2009 11:00pm EST
will move heaven and earth to show us his will. >> when i ask people what their favorite verse of scripture is, usually they'll give me a verse of scripture that includes a promise. and it could be one of a number of things. you think about the promises for example you have chosen in your life, maybe it's a particular verse. for example, someone will say philippians 4:19 is mine. my god will supply all my needs according to his riches in christ jesus. he'll never leave me or forsake me. he'll forgive me of my sins. all my sins. or one of the gospels, matthew for example, that he'll answer our prayer. or go back to proverbs that he will in the third chapter he'll guide us in the right path. or in joshua that he'll make us a success if we'll do certain things. all the way through the scripture there's many, many promises in the word of god. one of the things we forget is this. and that is, those promises have requirements with them. that is, they're not just open handed. that is, you can't just claim this. and take a verse of scripture out of context. for example, he says, when we come to him
CBS
Nov 8, 2009 11:00am EST
with it and the contractors are concerned about those risks. >> and that is reformed legislation to make upon use of it and that was important to senator mccain for a long time. we go down this fixed priced contracting route which comes into fashion. it was a road to ruin in the '80s. when do they work and not work? >> i. there really haven't been any in the last 20 years. for purposes of today's systems there is nothing comparable out there. the difficulty is that it is not only a burden on the contractor, it is a burden on the government. neither side is prepared to do that which it needs to do in this case. >> the pentagon said, looking we're not going to obviously use thig for anything risky and in the case of the tanker, this is a commercial aircraft we're modifying for military use, it should be a no-brainer. how is it not a no-brainer. >> that thinking only looks at technical and development risks from a technical perspective. commercial derivative airplane. tankers have been built before. there are technical challenges in the design and integrating it with the fleet. it ignores schedule r
FOX
Nov 8, 2009 4:00am EST
for friends provided by... for friends provided by... report", >>> today, on "u.s. farm report", after a week of little headway, farmers may finally start catching up on harvest progress. >>> meanwhile, our crop commenters are talking mud, moisture and yield. >>> and meteorologist mike hoffman finally can offer hope for beautiful fall weather. >> "u.s. farm report" brought to you by chevy and their award- winning cars, trucks and crossovers. >>> good morning. welcome to "u.s. farm report". i'm john phipps. we seem to be stuck in some kind of good month-bad month pattern i think. precisely when i turn my calendar to november last sunday, i awoke to the type of harvest fall weather i had within hoping for all season. more amazingly, it continues to date. farmers talk too much about the weather, i know. like many other occupations from tourism to construction, weather is a major deciding factor in our economic result. even more remarkable to me is how if teakts -- it affects our mood and outlook. neighbors who were hopelessly pessimistic by finishing even by christmas are nudging
NBC
Nov 17, 2009 5:00am EST
. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> tony pann has a check on the forecast. >> ithe allies don't mind the cold. they apparently are thriving -- [unintelligible] we will chop off about 10 degrees all around this morning. 35 around york, pennsylvania. a high of 59 this afternoon. the average height is 56. we are close to normal. a mixture of sunshine and cloud. we will be back in a few minutes and take a look at the seven-day forecast. no rain this morning. let's check traffic with sarah. >> good morning. one accident on southbound i-97. a pretty clear ride otherwise. the beltway is in great shape. j.f.x. and the harrisburg expressway look the this morning. no delays in the white marsh area. everything running smoothly as you make your way toward harford county. problem free at the tunnel. >> will lead prosecution soon rest its case against baltimore mayor sheila dixon? >> a former boyfriend may not be called to the stand after all. jennifer franciotti is outside with more details. >> developer ronald lipscomb was thought to be a key witness in the prosecution's case against mayo
FOX
Nov 22, 2009 8:00am EST
stand tallest and strongest on our needs. >> if necessary, god will move heaven and earth to show us. [music] holy, holy, holy, you are lord god almighty. all thy works shall prize thy name in earth and sky and sea. holy, holy, holy, you are merciful and mighty. god in three persons, blessed trinity. let's sing it again. holy, holy, holy, you are lord god almighty. all thy works shall praise thy name in earth and sky and sea. holy, holy, holy, merciful and mighty. god in three persons, blessed trinity. holy is he. amen. amen. >> he is holy, he is holy and he is worthy of our worship today. greatest hymn ever written that says it all. amazing grace, how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me. i once was lost but now am found. was blind but now i see. >> when i ask people what their favorite verse of scripture is, usually they'll give me a verse of scripture that includes a promise. and it can be a number of things. think about the promises, for example, you have chosen in your life, maybe a particular verse. for example, somebody will say, philippians 4:19 is mine. my god will su
FOX News
Nov 10, 2009 3:00pm EST
. in an age of selflessness, they embody responsibility. in an era of division, they call on us to come together. in a time of cynicism, they remind us of who we are as americans. we are a nation that endures because of the courage of those who defend it. we saw that a dollar and those who braved bullets here at fort hood just as surely as we see it in those who signed up knowing they would serve in harm's way. we are a nation of laws whose commitment to justice is so and during that we would treat a gunman and give him due process just as surely as we will see that he pays for his crimes. for a nation that guarantees the freedom to worship as one chooses instead of claiming god for our side, we remember lincoln's words and always prayed to be on the side of god. are a nation dedicated to the proposition that all men and women are created equal. we live that truth within our military. we see it in a very backgrounds of those we laid to rest today. we defend that truth at home and abroad. we know that americans will always be found on the side of liberty and equality. that is who we are
MSNBC
Nov 22, 2009 7:30am EST
was one of the small business owners participating in that forum. he joins us here. thanks for coming on the program. >> good morning. >> i'm really curious to know what were people saying on your side? what were they say iing that yo think the administration maybe didn't know already? >> i think the administration knew what we were reenforcing yesterday, the fact that small business needs funding, they need funding much faster than what they're getting now and that the conditions have changed whereas sets are not available and credit ratings are not as high as they once were. so we have to look at the credit worthiness of small business and how it relates to banking and i think there has to be a culture change. >> what was the tone of the meeting? we've been hearing small businesses can't get loans. what was new? what was the purpose, did you feel, of you being there? >> i think what was amazing about it was the fact that you had secretary of treasury and administrator mills working with small businesses and lending institutions for six hours nonstop in a round table discussion about
NBC
Nov 6, 2009 6:00pm EST
and south, but for family. we going after that progressively. >> they told us how personnel tried to make the mental health and emotional needs of soldiers and those that provide care. evaluations take place prior during and after deployment. >> >> 3% of soldiers will experience a mental health issues and it could be months before there are any signs of problems. >> this is the doctor of the psychology department and she used to work at the national naval medical center. >> i am fundamentally changed as a doctor, a teacher and human being for having sat with thousands of our returning soldiers and their families. >> what if a soldier does not want to be deployed " to marquis de was there white -- their right hand what -- want to be deployed? >> they've raised their right hand and swore to uphold the oath. everybody has to do what they signed up to do. >> the colonel did not speak directly on the fort hood situation. he says everyone has to do what they have to do if they signed up. >> stay with wbal-tv for continuing coverage in florida and in taxes for the one of the latest on the shooti
CBS
Nov 6, 2009 6:00pm EST
quote barnes is live outside of his mosque in silver spring. audrey, we will start with you. >> he used to worship at this mosque nearly every day, often showing up in military fatigues. his involvement in the ft. hood massacre has shocked many here. leaders at the muslim community center are telling the congregation to brace themselves for the inevitable muslim backlash. some are getting threatening e- mails and phone calls. some who know him say he came to this mosque to pray and that's it. >> very calm. i never saw him argue with anyone or frustrated or angry. never seen him. it is a shock for me. >> what made him to do that? there must be something that people have pushed him or he has gone coup coup as a
PBS
Nov 25, 2009 7:00pm EST
quote >> paul: the u.s. consumer plays comeback kid as spending heads higher in october. and the rebound couldn't come at a better time for the economy or retailers. >> susie: the president will outline his battle plan for afghanistan next week. tonight we preview the cost of sending thousands more troops to that nation. >> paul: while tonight's street critique guest is a long-term bear. he thinks wall street's bull has a ways to go. he's doug roberts founder of channel capital research. >> the number of immigrants that want to come into this country, the more complex our laws will be and the greater the need for a professional to guide them through that process. >> susie: a look at the growing field of immigration specialists as we continue our series "careers for the next decade." >> paul: i'm paul kangas >> susie: and i'm susie gharib. this is "nightly business report" for wednesday, november 25.
FOX
Nov 5, 2009 11:00pm EST
, the shooter is not dead but in custody and in stable condition. >> malik nadal hasan used two handguns during the shooting spree according to officials. earlier today president obama expressed sympathy for the victims and, of course, their families. >> it is difficult enough when we lose these brave americans in battles overseas. it is horrifying that they should come unfire at a army base on american soil. >> wounded soldiers were taken to nearby hospitals, their conditions vary. >> and the gunman was uniform military officer. >> malik nadal hasan was recently sent to ft. hood. we have learned he is from our area. keith daniels joins us from walter reed medical center with more on malik nadal hasan's background. >> keith? >> jennifer, malik nadal hasan worked at the walter reed army hospital as a psychologist for six years before the transfer to ft. hood texas in july. now, he is a graduate from are virginia tech. a military source said he had just received a poor performance evaluation for army hospital work. malik nadal hasan lived in silver springs. the latest record shows he was a reside
CBS
Nov 22, 2009 11:00am EST
in defense news. i'm vago muradian. some u.s. national guard units in afghanistan are fighting a different kind of war with shovels and fertilizer. we'll look at the role farming is playing on the role on terror. >>> will president obama's visit bring iran back to the negotiating table. >>> pirates back in the news. the same ship that was the center of a dramatic rescue fought off another somali pirate. >>> how is the united states refining its anti-piracy strategy. the coast guard is bringing apprehended pirates to justice. how to fend off attacks. commander shannon gilrees, chief of prevention log group. commander, welcome to the show. >> thank you, sir. >> so how is the united states refining its anti-piracy campaign. >> we'll continue to adapt to what the pirates are throwing at us as far as their techniques. we are working with the maritime industry to try to answer their questions about how we can help them address the problems in the region. we're also working with interagency -- agency by that i mean the department of defense, department of state, the maritime administration, other
WETA
Nov 27, 2009 9:00pm EST
-human, that line has become blurr. >> moyers: iclosing the gap between the animal wld and us, jane goodall hped us understand morclearly our own past. she inspired us a deeper appreciation of our responsibility to the plet. in the course of her carr, she heelf evolved from a youthful enthusiast of animals ton observer of primatesto scientist and global activis for all of life on earth. >> foraking the world a better place, for all of us. n we make the world a better place? yes! >> you're right! >> moyers:er jane goodall institute works for the worldwide protection ohabitat. and her program,oots and shoots, is in 114 countrie teachingnd training young people to eate projects to imove and protect the environment. e travels more than 300 days year, chalnging audiences to see themlves as caretakers of the natural world. all is not yetost, she says, and haa new book to prove it, written with tne maynard and gail hudson, entitled, "pe for animals and theiworld." jane gooda, welcome to the urnal. >> oh, thank you. moyers: this life you're living now is such a ctrast between the fe of the jane goodall we
FOX
Nov 23, 2009 11:00pm EST
is prompting the largest crib recall in u.s. history. >> and facebook insurance flak, how one woman said a social networking site ruined her health insurance coverage. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello again i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. we begin at this hour with breaking news out of baltimore county. where an mta bus has fallen down an embankment. happened at 9:45 at franklin scare and abby gail drive in whitemarsh. keith daniels is live at the scene with the latest on the story that happened moments ago. keith, what can he will tell us. >> that accident happened behind me. again, they are telling us initial reports, abase bus collided with a vehicle, and the bus slid down the embankment. we're told that everyone has been cleared from the bus. eight people so far transported to the hospital. again, we are not sure what caused the accident, but that bus has slid down an embankment. it happened right in front of crystal flynn's home. crystal can you tell us what you saw? >> i didn't see anything. but i hea
NBC
Nov 7, 2009 1:00pm EST
about it, and i don't feel the need to do drugs or use alcohol in an abusive way. so i keep myself positive and up-and-up. >> students who volunteer are tested for a variety of substances including alcohol, marijuana and cocaine. but be proud isn't about catching kids who are using drugs. it's trying to help them avoid drugs in the first place. >> when that kid's sitting at a party, and someone passes him something that he doesn't want to do, he can turn around and say, "no, i can't do that. i'm in the be proud program. my parents signed me up for it. and i could get tested monday. so i really can't do that." and it gives a kid an out. >> it's just a way out for me if i was ever peer-pressured into doing drugs. >> so you think this is going to be a good idea? >> i think it's going to be a great idea. >> here's how it works. first, the student and parents agree to be a part of the program. >> we didn't say you have to. >> we said we would like you to. >> and he didn't give us a hard time. >> doing drugs or drinking never occurred to me. i never thought i'd be doing stuff like that.
PBS
Nov 6, 2009 12:00pm EST
." she joins us from new york. good to have you here on the program. >> good to be here, tavis. tavis: i was laughing of the retail numbers that shows in the month of october, at least we're still buying. retail numbers are up. what do you make of that? >> i guess we're getting shopmystic. i'm really not that surprise because i was at this garganch wan shopping places. and i saw very few sale signs which we're not accustomed to seeing. and there were no christmas decoration, almost none. and usually in a bad year those start going up in the middle of august. i do think things are beginning to look a bit more stable, even though there are seven million more unimployed people in the united states than there were a year ago. tavis: i love the word shoptimism. >> i means several things. which is to say there's something that will compel us to show no matter what. i don't think it necessarily means we're going to shop with the same way, with the same recklessness, the same mind set, but we will find way to shop. where there's a will to shop, there's a way to shop. >> shopping and buying can b
WHUT
Nov 1, 2009 6:30pm EST
that they tell us what is going on. i think we should be told what is going on in our native tongue so we can understand it. politicians should have the courage to state their party affiliation at all times, not just when it is convenient. i have a remarkable program coming up for you today with one of theost gifted writers and broadcasters in america, my friend from cbs news, dan raviv. we will talk about espionage, about spies, about the dark side of the security apparatus of every country. he is fascinating on the subject. you are going to love this. >> "white house chronicle" is produced in collaboration with whut, howard university television. now, llewellyn king and co-host linda gasparello. >> hello and thank you for coming along. i am joined by linda gasparello, co-host of this program. i promise you, the great dan raviv. here is the great dan raviv. you can hear him on cbs radio just about anywhere you are. welcome. i have in front of me three of your books. "comic wars" was one of the best books written about wall street shenanigans, huge money, a giant egos, bad, greedy lawyers, et
FOX
Nov 29, 2009 4:00am EST
. >>> this "u.s. farm report" marking round table is sponsored by genuity as a matter of fact stack. they are the most advanced all- in-one corn trait that requires only a 5% refuge in the corn belt. >>> a round table today is in omaha, nebraska, ices genuity smart stack round table. we have alan bug letter, stu martin, the owner of agriculture and investment services and the editor of "pro farmer." we have some questions from our audience today. i would like for you to respond to them directly. alan, we're going to begin with you. they want to know if the quality of corn they are harvesting is going to make a difference long-term to corn prices? >> well there is a couple of things goin' on there. obviously there's been a lot of talk about light test weight corn. doesn't that mean there's less bushels and changing the equation. what we have to remember is usda's usual production number is based on a 56-pound bushel. they don't care about, they compensate for that light test weight. if you have 51, 5 #-pound corn out there, all that does is low we are the finalest for total yield. be
NBC
Nov 4, 2009 5:30am EST
>> good morning. >> thanks for joining us. we would get a check on whether and traffic. [unintelligible] it is cold this morning. temperatures dropping below freezing for the first time. that is the only weather problem this morning. 30 degrees in frederick. 40 degrees near downtown and the water. 55 will be the high this afternoon. some rain showers in western maryland. it will around -- a rise in baltimore after tonight. >> [unintelligible] let's check your morning commute as well. the frost is the only thing sending you back this morning, waiting for tony to come clear it. >> some fired to permit activity near druid hill. no volume related delays. we are in the green in the major roadways. speed sensors coming out ok. no problems to report towards the glen burnie area and the rest of the major goal -- roadways are smooth. and 11 minute ride into howard county. here is the white marsh area picking up in volume just a little bit. harbor tunnel traffic looks great. there is a disabled vehicle coming in the west -- was well lane. >> the man is behind bars charged with th
NBC
Nov 13, 2009 6:00pm EST
, but that time frame conflicts with testimony. dixon reasonably believed gift cards that she personally used were for her. weiner said ronald lipscomb lavished sheila dixon with gifts, often it unanimously. dixon's press office did not respond to our request for clarification about when her relationship relationship ronald lipscomb actually endeed. >> you hear testimony under oath and that is what jurors will be considering. >> ronald lipscomb's grand jury testimony also conflicts with the strategy of reasonable belief. his relationship, he says, ended in 2004. when asked by prosecutors if he donated gift cards, he said yes. he said they were to go to needy families. when asked if they were gifts for dixon, he said no, not at all. >> they said no comment. >> we will have continuing coverage of mayor dixon's trial. >> things are finally beginning to quiet down a little bit with that storm that is off the coast because it has drifted farther to the south. the winds are even beginning to diminish a little bit around ocean city where only if you spot the showers are prevalent. this storm is still sit
CNN
Nov 29, 2009 4:00pm EST
for civilian nuclear power stations. the u.s. and other countries say iran is trying to develop nuclear weapons. so today's news from tehran sent shock waves around the world. so exactly what is iran's up to? i asked cnn's rez za say ya who has been watching developments from pakistan. joins us now from islamabad, what's your understanding as to why is iran doing this now? >> reporter: fredricka, this is nothing short of iran playing hardball with washington western powers ands the u.n.'s nuclear watchdog, the iaea, all of which have been calling on iran to either stop uranium enrichment or at least curb it. with this announcement on sunday, iran is essentially saying not only do we plan to continue enriching uranium, but we're going to enrich a lot more. we're going to do it legally, they say. there's nothing you can do about it. what's remarkable is just six weeks ago there was at least some optimism that perhaps washington and iran would come to agreement when it comes to iran's nuclear program. of course, you had those talks in vienna. it seemed at least in principle iran was close to accep
CSPAN
Nov 21, 2009 6:30pm EST
, the use of the word ecosystem, and the use of the word robust. could you talk about those a little bit? >> i do not think i did that deliberately. on ecosystems, it is an important concept because there are so many different pieces of this communication landscape or infrastructure. take our networks, all work wired networks over which communications travel, or wireless networks, too. we need ongoing investment in those networks. we need those networks to get more robust and smarter. there has been billions of dollars of private investment over the last number of years. that is essential, and it is essential that it continue. that is part of the ecosystem. another part is the innovation and investment that occurs at the edge of the network. where applications and content are being developed to travel over the wires or through the spectrum. what we need as a country is for the whole ecosystem to be growing, innovating, and creating jobs and contributing to the economic growth of our country. robust, we see every day in what we want out of our communications infrastructure. when we go to
HLN
Nov 9, 2009 8:00pm EST
they are -- there are 200 million in the world and it is the sign of [unintelligible] the u.s. and canada are roughly 400 times each the size of israel. the urban world is 500 times. each is 40 times this in -- size of israel. even our neighbor to the east is almost four times as big. israel is bigger than rhode island. [laughter] that is about it. [laughter] mind you, small countries are not necessarily in secure. belgium and luxembourg are small. but today, they are not insecure. yet if they are neighbors, -- if their neighbors included for james been done their destruction and conquest, if they fear proxy's that fire missiles on the population, they too would feel insecure. anybody would. because of our small size and the radical and violent never heard in which we live, israel faces security threats like that of no other nation. here are two facts that will drive this point how. a few days ago, the israeli navy interdicted a ship carrying hundreds of tons of explosives and rockets shipped from iran bound for his beloved by syria. last week, hamas tested a rocket with a range of 40 miles. for a large
FOX
Nov 13, 2009 5:30pm EST
had little to say on the stand regarding his use of gift cards. the city housing worker testified he couldn't remember the mayor giving him a card or using it. surprise but nothing compared to what he said during questioning by the defense. it was then he professed his love for the mayor. describing their relationship in detail. as the state 10ed to piece together the case tod today, the state spent a good portion of the day questioning randall finy. do you have any comment as far as the immunity. >> no we don't. standard operating procedure. >>reporter: he purchased many of the gift cards the mayor is accused of stealing. card were purchased at old navy. circuit city. giant and best buy. some were worth $25 while others were worth 50. a best buy manager then tied several cards he bought to addiction on purchase. the purchases were traced using the mayor credit card and best buy reward card. the holly trolley came up as prosecutors pressed a man about his knowledge of the card. what did you think about the testimony that you presented today. >> i just tell the truth. the
FOX
Nov 15, 2009 4:00am EST
>>> today, on u.s. farm report. record slow harvest progress begins to impact grain markets. >>> cotton growers join grain farmers with mud and crop quality problems. >>> and the ripple effect from slow to mature crops has propane suppliers scrambling. u-s farm >>> good morning, welcome to u.s. farm report. i'm john phipps. in one remarkable and undeny bring hectic week, farmers in illinois harvested 54% of the soybean crop. human resources have been pushed to the limit as well. other states are producing similar heroic efforts. the overall result is a harvest we'll all remember. i'll have more to stay about this in a moment. but for mow, i would point out that setting some records is usually less than they appear in retrospect. al pell with all the news now? >> thanks john. an historicically delayed season is not lost on the usda. they ratcheted down production totals for three of the major row crops. for corn production is now forecast at just under 13 billion-bushels while down a point from last month. it would still represent the second largest crop on record. for soybea
NBC
Nov 21, 2009 1:00pm EST
venture. usually that's also someone pretty grown up, but not always! siena introduces us to an entrepreneur who was dreaming big even before he knew how to ride a bike. >> a lemonade stand on a hot summer day. we all remember doing it as a kid. i bet you never realized all of the valuable business skills you can learn from a couple of lemons. >> it was actually a great business lesson, because you learned all about inventory, planning. you learned about budgeting. you learned about financials. and for me it was the most exciting, because we were the most profitable lemonade stand on my street. >> ben's been an entrepreneur for, well, his whole life, starting with lemonade stands! at the age of 12, ben combined his early love of business and computers to start his first company. >> i took my hobby and i really started learning about web design. i taught myself different web programming languages; html, javascript, css. what i did, i had a really lucky break in that i built a website that was all online videogames for free. >> he wasn't kidding when he said "lucky break." b
WHUT
Nov 4, 2009 7:00pm EST
of the takeover of the u.s. embassy there. >>> in afghanistan, a terrible betrayal. an afghan police officer assigned to work with british troops turns on them, killing five. >>> in italy, a landmark court ruling. cia agents are convicted of snatching a radical muslim cleric off the strts of milan as part of america's secret rendition program. >>> and from the west bank, a look at a disappearing way of life. glass blowing. the struggle to maintain an ancient tradition. >>> from the world's leading reporters and analysts, here's what's happening from around the world. this is "worldfocus." major support has been provided by rosalind p. walter, and the peter g. peterson foundation, dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. and additional funding is provided by the following supporters -- >>> hello and good evening. i'm daljit dhaliwal. >>> it is a day that many iranians happily remember, but most americans would rather forget. today, november the 4th, marks the 30th anniversary of the takeover of the u.s. embassy in tehran. as
WHUT
Nov 16, 2009 7:00am EST
of thousands of children of used in state care. >> we come together today to deal with an ugly chapter in our nation's history and we come together today to offer our nation's apology. >> the sicilian mafia take a hit as the mob boss on the run for 15 years is captured. recession, what recession? sotheby's looking for big spenders for its magnificent jewel auction. >> it is 7:00 a.m. in washington, midday in london and 8:00 in the evening in beijing where president obama has ended his first day on chinese soil. tuesday will see a meeting with president who jintao. in his pronouncements so far we have a clue of president obama's approach. the two countries, he says, are -- are not destined to be adversaries. but in a question and answer session with young people in shanghai he did not duck the issue of individual rights and freedoms, saying they are universal. >> in china, this is not the kind of policy they are used to. the president prepared to discuss and debate with students live on tv. >> it is a great honor -- >> he started with an assurance that the u.s. wanted to work with china. >> we
ABC
Nov 16, 2009 5:00am EST
into a credibility issue between dixon and lipscomb who is expected to testify that the cards were intended for use by four families at christmas time not by dixon, and the current boyfriend and what kinds of mom she was. that's what you were happy to get out. >> yes. >> dixon is has pleaded not guilty to theft, embezzlement, and -- in connection with 50 gift cards in -- most of it from lipscomb, court resumes at 9:00 this morning, and of course we will be inside the courtroom and we will have a live report coming up on good morning maryland. reporting live in downtown baltimore, abc 2 news. >>> and abc 2 news will be in court every single day as this trial resumes. stay tune for the latest details and remember when you can't get us on tell you can tell us online at abc 2 news.com. >>> in, baltimore city police have another murder information on their hands. just before midnight we had an unidentified man found in the 9200 block suffering from a gunshot wound to his head. police do not have a motive or a suspect at this time. >> he thought along side men and women half his age, a soldier killed i
FOX News
Nov 8, 2009 1:00am EST
you for watching it and making us the number one show and thank you, the one person in the audience who clapped. well, it has clearly been a tough few days for americans, especially the military with the tragic shooting in fort hood, texas, that left 13 dead and dozens wounded. we will be paying tribute to them later in the show. first, you just heard him issue a stern warning. this is a man you don't want to mess with. chuck norris is here on our show. also, would you want the federal government telling you how to raise your kids? how about an international court dictating what u.s. courts can do with juveniles? constitutional lawyer michael farris tells us why government healthcare isn't the only thing you need to be concerned about. and in an exclusive the former planned parenthood director once worked to help perform abortions. what happened to make her quit? we'll find out. >> ann jillian joins us, sharing her story and an inspirational song. we have a wonderful show for you. don't go anywhere or chuck will come and get you. let me tell you something you may not know. bill clin
FOX News
Nov 10, 2009 5:00pm EST
, plus signs that new hampshire could be creating their own pravda, and glenn beck himself joins us live. thomas jefferson once said when the people fear their government there is tyranny. when the government fears the people, there is liberty. give us liberty! no sneakers no, m&m's but tonight, beck! let's go! last saturday at 11:00 in the evening, the house of representatives voted by a five-vote margin to have the federal government manage the healthcare of everyone in america at a cost of $1 trillion over the next ten years. for the first time in american history, if this bill becomes law, the feds will force you to buy insurance you might not want or may not need or cannot afford. if you don't purchase what the government tells you to buy, if you don't do so when they tell you to do it, if you don't buy just what they say is right for you, the government may fine you, prosecute you and even put you in jail. freedom of choice and control over your own body will be lost. the privacy of your communications and medical-making decisions with your physician will be gone. more of your hard
HLN
Nov 2, 2009 1:00am EST
lieberman has joined us. i'd like to turn things over to mike hickey. mike is the vice president for national security at verizon. and he also serves as the chamber's director of our national security task force. our chairman. thank you, mike. [applause] >> good morning, everyone. thank you all for coming out to join us this morning. it's my pleasure this morning to introduce senator joseph lieberman. senator lieberman chairs a senator homeland security in governmental committee which is responsible for overseeing the department of homeland security and ensuring the efficiency and effectiveness of the federal government. that's a big job, senator. in addition, he sits on the arm services committee and small business committees of the senate, which provide him with important perspectives on this issue of cybersecurity. at a recent hearing, chairman lieberman said today the internet is a global asset that we must secure just as they would control the high ground of the battlefield. by securing cyberspace -- but securing cyberspace is much more complicated to do since the internet i
WHUT
Nov 23, 2009 7:18pm EST
and the power to use that information to protect themselves. >> and we just heard in th report, i think one of the most troubling aspects was that most counties in the world are not properly reporting their responses when it comes to the impact of hiv and aids on women. and i'm wondering, why does that really matter? and what does that really tell us about these countries as far as their response to the problem of aids in women? >> let me take that in two parts. the first part is the importance of such a scorecard on women and aids. it provides a tool, it provides an opportunity to have dialogue, it provides an opportunity for stakeholders to hold government to account by saying this is how you are rated on the scorecard. what are you doing about this? for one, it's a place for dialogue. it's a place, an opportunity, an entry point to dialogue. the second point is really does it really reflect what is happening on the ground? does it really reflect the situation in terms of what access to services people are getting? and the answer to that is not necessarily. it's a chance to report. it's a
CSPAN
Nov 25, 2009 12:00pm EST
it would make a difference. registration would allow us to have inspections, and allow us to have greater transparency into their trading activity, a largely greater flow of information that we would be able to obtain. a greater level of knowledge, and the requirement of the firms rigorous. >> all right. since you encouraged the bernie madoff situation. what is the first thing that comes to mind when i say bernie madoff, what's your first reaction? >> throughout the division and agency, we recognize that madoff was a terrible tragedy. we something that we deeply regret. it's clear from the inspector generals report that we did not do the job that we should. we've acknowledgeed that for some time. mostly, the terrible tragedy. we understand the consequences for the individuals for retirees, for charitable institutions, and we've taken that lesson across the agency in every division. and we have an attempt to give some meaning to this. rewatched is procedure, structures, and programs in a way that we can avoid this from happening again. >> let me ask you again. in august, some the enforceme
CNN
Nov 29, 2009 10:00pm EST
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